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Old 08-31-2011, 09:00 AM
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my 97 has 239k, when i got it, it had 197k, and those miles where put on 10 months

my 94 has 180k, and had 171k, and that was 3 months
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whos up there in milage with a stock auto tranny without any repairs?
my dads got a 97 f-250 PSD auto 4x4 with 237,000, never had a problem. never replaced anything on the tranny nor motor major.
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Old 09-11-2011, 09:36 PM
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1994 F-350, ~147,000 miles, 5 speed
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My '97 F250 7.3 w/E4OD has 248,000, Got her last year with 235,000. These things are awesome. Yeah I had to fix a few things but nothing major. I don't care what the odometer says, she's still young at heart. I'll take it anywhere. I do worry about the E4OD though. No trouble yet.
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143k, had it since 131k. 3k of what i put on it was from Cali to New Hampshire! sucks to come through Arizona in July with no A/C!!! haha
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My '97 has about 169,000 miles now and I've been driving the truck for 10 years. Nearly all the accessories and other small pain-in-the-butt stuff has failed over the years. Currently chasing an electrical problem because it quit running after I changed the fuel pump a week ago and now it doesn't fire up, even with strong batteries. Going to get knee deep in it this weekend! Bought it with 97,000 miles on it. Wife loans me her car when it died-- even she refuses to let me take it to a shop! I was raised in a DIY family...
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Old 09-21-2011, 12:34 AM
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Well, put 2,000 miles on mine in the past two weeks going down to Cali and back visiting the in-laws.

Just over 189k now...
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Old 09-21-2011, 05:31 PM
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Rolling up on 350k miles pretty soon. 345,281 right now.
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I will cross 262k miles about a 1/2 mile out of my driveway friday morning.
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Ive got a 96 crew cab dually with right at 335,000. Manual transmission. Everything is the way it came. I bought it with 99,998 on it....back in 05. I love my truck..
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248,000 here. At least one transmission based on the "rebuilt by ford" tag hanging from it. I got 19/21 mpg on the way home with the truck from Colorado to Texas. We had both the van and the truck on that trip. Left in the van, came home in a van and a pickup. . It was kinda fun figuring the mileage on both, keeping track of how much the V10 cost to fuel vs the 7.3. (11/12 mpg vs 19/20mpg.) Easy to compare too seeing as we were driving the same route and filled up at the same time. ( I think my credit card cried that day). But that was before I found out how fun it is to drive. I haven't made a long unloaded trip since. Get 14/16 average unloaded with shorter trips, way less with the horse trailer in tow.
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the first obs I had i sold it at 315K and the black obs truck I sold around 250K
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My 2003 has 87,000 trouble free. A customers here has 340,000 has normal problems
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Mine had 237k(3 trans), ran great and was totaled in a wreck 2 months ago, I now drive an 04 f-350 srw 6.0l, and I really do miss the reliabilty of the 7.3l(despite the e4od).
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